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The "Can You Stump Moooooog And Jim" Caption Contest

If I know our all time chump, er, ah champ Moooooog and my brother Jim, this pic is right up their alley. Well, um, in a manner of speaking. How about you? Got a winning caption? Leave it and drop back Saturday and see.

In the meantime, drop by ettarose's, Kirsten's and Mad Mad Margo's for more captioning conniptions.


ba_hutch said…
Mom and Dad were not at all pleased when they dropped in on Junior and discovered that he had dropped out of school and then he had dropped his pants to be in the naked gay musical "Dogz".
CatLadyLarew said…
Dufus could only shake his head and wonder, "Why?", as his brother, Jim, models his Halloween costume for his mom.
Moooooog35 said…
..and that's why no one wanted to go over to the Richardson's for 'family game night.'
Moooooog35 said…
Not only did Pinocchio start turning into a Donkey, but he completely starting going 'gay Walmart employee' as well.
Don said…
Isn't this stuff against the law? I mean like beastiality or incest or both?
Me-Me King said…
Now we don our gay apparel......
Me-Me King said…
Blaine's father hangs his head in shame when his mother tells him selling the "family jewels" would be necessary to save their mobile home.
Quirkyloon said…
Everybunny loves somebunny sometimes!

word veri: donsef
Some kids make their parents proud. Others, not so much.
Nancy really didn't want to pet Tom's kitty.
The Old Silly said…
You think the ears are long ... wait'll you see ...

The Old Silly
Tom suddenly realized he'd completely misunderstood what his wife meant when she asked for a kitty for Christmas.
Gracie and Bill were not amused by PetSmart's new promotional campaign.
renalfailure said…
I'm not sure I like this community theater version of Lord of the Rings.
Ronda Laveen said…
Pin the Tail on the Donkey!
Brian Miller said…
i always thought you would grow up to be something other than a how much money do you make?
Baino said…
There is no caption for the lady sitting on the right. She looks singularly unimpressed. And Oy! I'm here for Theme Thursday so get crackin'
Nooter said…
ahhh, the amish. what we dont know about them could fill a football stadium.

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